Ten years have passed since David Mortimer last saw Anna Russell. Their love affair abruptly ended when Anna disappeared. Drifting through life ever since, David has never married, and is devoted only to his scientific work and to the book he has always meant to write, the story of the extraordinary plant explorer in China, Ernest Wilson. But David's isolation is about to change. He receives news that Anna has been seriously injured in an accident.
One small, faded, leather-bound journal. One photograph in a newspaper. These two seemingly small items are set to change lives forever.Just when success seems set fair for Zeph’s writer husband Nick, she discovers that he has been having an affair. Wounded and angry, she turns to her mother for support, only to discover that the past has also come back to haunt Cora, a person who always seemed utterly flawless
When art dealer Catherine Sergeant meets John Brigham, her view of the world has been shattered. Left by her husband Robert without explanation, she expects little from life. Apparently reclusive, John lives alone in a beautiful Arts and Crafts house on the edge of Dorset woodland, and has contacted Catherine's firm so that he may sell unwanted items. But when the two discover a mutual love of the haunting Victorian faerie artist Richard Dadd, their friendship rapidly deepens.
"I give it 2 you may not think the same"
American companies have emerged as a force for social change in recent years and are among the most vocal critics of the new president’s executive order to temporarily ban migrants from seven Muslim-majority countries.
"The Cost of Silence: Why More CEOs Are Speaking Out in the Trump Era" is from the February 17, 2017 Business section of The Washington Post. It was written by Jena McGregor and Elizabeth Dwoskin and narrated by Sam Scholl.